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Advocate II
Advocate II

Building charts with custom/mixed granularities

Good morning fellow PBI practitioners!


I wanted to check if it's possible to have a line chart with mixed granualrity - for instance:


a) average country level vs average regional level vs 2-3 selected city levels


(i know I could create calculated columns - but if I have multiple cities - it's too many) - Ideally, I would like to select items on slider/selector. However, what happens by default is that they values just add up (for instance, if I select 3 cities, I get their combined average instead of 3 separate lines) - also currently default line view does not seem to allow mixing hierarchy levels.


I'd appreciate any pointers.


Thank you




Super User
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Woud need to see some sample data. You can build your own hierarchies in Power BI but it is going to depend on your data. See:

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Good morning - here's the sample data!


The hierarchy is built already - under Dim Group - but I don't see a way to display multiple levels under Legend. It only allows input of 1 category. Ideally, I'd like to compare sales of CA to 1 location such as NYC or compare Region sales to a location sale. Please let me know if you need further clarifications. Attachment is here: Sample pbix 

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